Wind Chimes Inn Antigua
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... so much… you guessed it- once we hit the powdery, white sand, he couldn’t resist. He dropped to the ground rolling over the lady’s leg and happily frolicked back and forth on his back! He reminded me so much of Riley! The English lady was a great sport about the whole thing, even though her leg was scraped up a bit. After the slow paced ride, anyone weighing under 200 pounds could take the horse on the beach for a gallop, but ...
... what they feel like - smooth, soft and slippery. I braved it and fed a couple of them with octopus tentacles. You had to tuck your thumb in or it would be sucked up as well, and not hold it too tight - it would become a tug of war if you did - and you'd come away with a love bite! Everyone had a great time and we didn't want it to end. An offer of unlimited rum punch put paid to that :) I couldn't wait to tell my tale of my awesome day to ...
... at 2pm. The return taxi ride cost US$24 and two sun beds US$10. We had found a quiet end of the beach, well away from Sandals resort and spent some wonderful time sun bathing and swimming. We found time for a couple of beers in a beach side cafe and spoke to another couple from the ship with whom, I think, we will share a taxi when we arrive at our next port of call, Aruba, the day after tomorrow. There were a couple of showers during our time at the beach, although they did not ...
... Meanwhile Sal is happily anti fouling away and finishes the second coat - not sure who has most on them, Ellisa or Sal?!! Tough tasks done we then attacked the damage on the back of Ellisa that was causing us water ingress at the end of last season - as we stripped off the rubber seal it all became apparent why we had been taking on water! A big hole to fill but a good afternoon playing with epoxy (paper mâché as Eric called it) and ...
... know that boat peeps at 1300hrs means food. They get ever more inquisitive and even nudge me occasionally! I weaken and agree to feed on a squid. i hold the meal out and a huge 2.5 meter ray passes once and circles back quickly (they smell their food) it clambers over me to get to the meal and rips it from my hand. Several other rays circle smelling my hand.A great experience and Shailja snorkels for the first time. ...